This half day training on 23 January 2019 is open to health, social care and advocacy teams across North Central London, working with individuals within the Transforming Care Programme.

The training will cover how to use human rights in decision making, policy and practice to better support people with learning disabilites and/or autism.

The training will be held at Lift Islington, 45 White Lion Street, Angel Underground Station, 5 minutes walk.

The British Institute of Human Rights provides consultancy services and training to public services to develop human rights approaches. A human rights approach in policy and practice helps ensure accountable, high quality services which place people at the heart of decision making and ensure that they are treated with dignity and respect.

At BIHR we have considerable expertise in collaborating with health and care providers (NHS and other), advocacy and support groups, and people using services, to use the transformative power of human rights to improve services for patients, staff and the wider community.

BIHR is delighted to be able to offer this training which will provide a practical introduction to human rights and how human rights can be used to secure positive change in Transforming Care Partnerships.

We have 25 places, please sign up here and further details and an agenda will follow.

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